Agenda 2030 is hidden at the core.
NEW GREENS BILL
The Greens have introduced a bill to the Queensland House of Representatives that would implement caps and curfews on flights at Brisbane Airport.
The Brisbane Airport Curfew and Demand Management Bill 2023 would introduce an hourly cap on flights, while non-emergency flights would be subjected to a late-night curfew.
In addition, more flights would be routed over the water rather than the city where possible.
Noise issues have been a flashpoint at Brisbane Airport since the completion of its new parallel runway in July 2020, which allowed more flight paths to open up and angered inner-city leftist dwellers.
Elizabeth Watson-Brown, Federal MP for Ryan and Greens spokesperson for Infrastructure, Transport and Sustainable Cities, said the bill follows “strong grassroots campaigns” across Brisbane.
According to Watson-Brown, she and her fellow Brisbane Greens MPs Max Chandler-Mather and Stephen Bates (yes, the inner-city is very green) have had “thousands of conversations” with residents over noise.
“Anthony Albanese got into Parliament in 1996 having campaigned strongly for Sydney’s cap and curfew … We’re calling on every Liberal and Labor politician whose job it is to represent the people of Brisbane to join us in supporting this bill – so Brisbane can get a good night’s sleep,” she said.
But critics have hit back at the bill, calling for residents who don’t agree with this plan to let their voices be heard and let their communities know about the plan:
Brisbane Airport has also come out swinging against the bill, saying it would turn Brisbane into “Australia’s aviation bottleneck” by the end of the decade.
The airport said the bill would limit arrivals and departures to 45 per hour, while a curfew would “…eliminate a huge swathe of international services and thousands of seats per week”.
Figures released by the airport claim caps and curfews would not only damage the economy, but it would severely hamper regional travel as well, reducing passenger movements by 239,000 in 2026.
Stephen Beckett, Head of Public Affairs at Brisbane Airport, said it “beggars belief” that such a bill would be introduced during a national debate on affordable air travel.
“International airfares are currently up to 50 per cent more expensive than before COVID. Australians now understand that extra capacity forces prices down,” he said.
“Wiping out services from Qatar Airways, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Singapore, Qantas and Virgin which currently depart after 10pm would hit Queenslanders hard.“
This plan would ultimately make it more difficult for Queenslanders living in the regions to visit family and friends, travel for holidays, business, or for specialist medical care.
And, when we look at the future UN-driven zombie economy that is planned, these are exactly the types of restrictions that ‘the powers that be’ want for us all.
AGENDA 2030: NO TRAVEL
As always, all roads lead back to Agenda 2030.
We know that restrictions on movements are a heavy part of the vision, and quite a lot of discussion is had on future ‘no-go zones’ outside of smart city dystopia prison blocks.
But let’s also not forget these restrictions will include the skies as well.
Lockdowns during the ‘pandemic’ period not only made it more expensive to travel now, but it was psychologically training the populations to accept less travel in the future.
Only the rich and ‘important’ will be permitted to travel if they get their way with things, and mainstream media talking points have already been discussing how we should fly less due to ‘climate change’:
In July, the World Economic Forum released their Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2023 report, which includes a look at a range of ‘innovative’ trends set to come over the next decade.
Of course, aviation and ‘net-zero’ travel is included on the list, as the green lobby looks to attempt to find a ‘sustainable’ way to address the ‘problems’ of the modern industry.
Of course, the ‘sleight of hand’ deception here is that flights will never be ‘sustainable’, and once they ‘figure this out’ (they already know), the only solution will be to heavily limit/ban them all together.
Hopefully the Greens bill is defeated and dismissed for the economic-destroying idea that it is.
But this philosophy is not going away and will re-emerge through other programs, in other states, and ultimately, passed down as instruction from the unelected world body oligarchies.
Keep your eyes peeled, ladies and gentlemen.
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